Palliative Equipment to 41Disabled Children-Uvinza

by Women Rights Action Group (WRAG)
Palliative Equipment to 41Disabled Children-Uvinza


This project plans to supply palliative care to relief pains for children with disabilities who hail from the poorest sections of society in Kigoma district council.

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In April 2019, WRAG in collaboration with government and Chama cha Walemavu Tanzania conducted preliminary survey to identify problems facing children with disabilities in 10 wards, Kigoma district. The following were the findings; there are 41 children with disabilities who lack palliative care and leading to constant painful throughout the year living in poor society in rural areas.Instead of housing them, WRAG will provide them palliative equipment to become part of a larger solution.


The project will procure and distribute palliative equipment (medical supplies, therapy equipment, medical strollers, wheelchairs, medical beds and educating care givers on importance and application of the equipment

Long-Term Impact

The project will supply palliative equipment allowing them to rise out of constant pains , which will provide for them' health and well-being.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).


Organization Information

Women Rights Action Group (WRAG)

Location: Kigoma - Tanzania, United Republic of
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Twitter: @Nil
Anthony Kilugala
Project Leader:
Anthony Kilugala
Kigoma , Kigoma Tanzania, United Republic of

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